Every week we share on Twitter many interesting blog posts and online articles about translation (including Greek translation), localization, interpreting, languages, as well as blogging, business and social media.
If you missed any of the great content we shared last week, here is your chance to catch up!
The links are listed in categories and organized by subject matter. Scroll down to find your favorite and enjoy reading! Click here for Translation Favorites from previous weeks.
If you’ve read a fabulous post and would like to share, let us know in the Comments section or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org so we can add your links to next week’s list.
Translation, Interpreting & Languages
Baffling slogans have become the new norm in advertising, with such grammar-mangling examples
The weasel voice in journalism – Don’t blame grammar for the shortcomings of headline-writers
My language is my home – The hardest question for a third culture kid: Where is home?
Fiat Lex: a podcast about dictionaries by people who write them
What kinds of jobs can you get with a linguistics major?
Can English remain the ‘world’s favourite’ language?
Linguistics jobs – Interview with an Accent Coach
List of Translation management systems
Freelancing with baby: the first year
Guaranteed method to become rich
Around the web – May 2018
Email, the French Way
Marketing, Business, Social media
How to Scope Out Associations’ Cultures, Keep Up with Their Conferences, and Learn from Them
Social Selling 101: The Beginner’s Guide to Generating Leads on Social Media
LinkedIn Etiquette and Best Practices [20 Do’s and Don’ts]
3 Case-Studies of Good Bios that Create Results
Tech & Other
Britain’s top 50 earworms revealed – and you won’t be able to get them out of your head
What is ‘brave’ about Brave New World? When book titles don’t mean what you think
What’s Going On In Your Child’s Brain When You Read Them A Story?
15 Funny Tweets For Parents Who Both Love And Hate Kids’ Books
Pythagoras on the Purpose of Life and the Meaning of Wisdom
The “millennial whoop” is taking over pop music
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